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looks like you got them right to me
hey hehe ;u;
Can you help me on some others? Like, check them? @princeevee
sure fellow alternian
At the border of Mexico, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer checked our passports. Complete the analogy. Border is to country as A. shore is to ocean. <- B. current is to river. C. water is to lake. D. waves is to sea.
that looks likt the correct answer
The launch of the space shuttle Atlantis has been postponed while NASA evaluates a problem with the new robot arm on space station Alpha. The arm will be used to carry out the installation of a new U.S.-built airlock on the space station. What can you infer from this paragraph? A. The robot space arm is critical to the space shuttle's mission. <- B. The robot arm was poorly constructed. C. The space program is very expensive. D. The space shuttle experiences frequent launch delays.
looks right to me
Directions: Select the correct answer from the drop-down menu. The following paragraph contains an infinitive phrase. For many years, Dr. Benson dreamed of becoming a physician. When he was a teenager, he decided to achieve his goal. He enrolled in a medical school and worked hard for many years. Now he is one of the most successful doctors in his field. The infinitive phrase to achieve his goal functions as a(n) ______? (Drop Down) A. Adverb <- ?? B. Adjective C. Noun
i dont reall know this one but i might choose a
Maybe you might know this one?? Its ok if you don't ~~ The following passage contains a participial phrase. Featured in many news stories, football players receive a lot of the public's attention. Through the media, athletes have a major platform to share their opinions. The participial phrase Featured in many news stories functions as a(n) _____? A. Adjective B. Adverb C. Noun
i really dont
i havent caught up to this point
@TTP @Richnsf99 Can you guys help
It's ok @princeevee ;u;
yeah I can help
@Richnsf99 do you know the answers for the last 2 questions I posted? I'm stuck on them
B for both
okay :) can you help me with some more?
iT uh, lOOKS LIKE YOU HAVE GOT IT FROM HERE
sEE YA LATER
Okay, let me made a link for this question because its too long for here http://pastebin.com/dwbyEsgP I think it's C @Richnsf99
And byeee @princeevee ;u;
Thanks :) ~~ http://pastebin.com/VGDktpsB I think D? @Richnsf99
yeah your right
Yay :D ~~ http://pastebin.com/iGH5yRiS I'm thinking A? @Richnsf99
you got this!
Yay! There's this really tricky one that I didn't finish, let me just put it in a link really quick
http://pastebin.com/APTUSfZ5 @Richnsf99 Are these in correct order?
http://pastebin.com/4MZphrXs Another hard one, I literally have no idea :( @Richnsf99
Are you still there? :(
Can someone help me ;~;
@whpalmer4 @cyborg88 Can you guys help check my work?
Why do you say "corrupt" is one of the answers? Why is "bleak" not one of them?
I don't know why I put corrupt actually. But I put bleak because they were talking about the sun and when I looked up "bleak" one of the definitions were "of the weather" ? But it didn't show if it was talking about sunny weather or cold weather @whpalmer4
But I did put down A. I thought there was probably more answers because it was Multiple choice :o @whpalmer4
(of a building or room) charmless and inhospitable; dreary. might that describe the room?
maybe there's no support for that...your call
well, I don't disagree with A :-)
I'm really confused now, sorry :( This was one that I was really stuck on @whpalmer4
I think A is fine. The only question I had was whether or not there might be other words that were also fine. Corrupt is not fine, and I guess upon rereading that I can't support bleak either.
Yeah that's what I was thinking. My best guess was just A. But I had other feelings about the other choices. I might just go with A then. :) Can you double check some of my answers on these other questions? @whpalmer4
Well.. I'll leave it here if anyone wants to check it. :) 1. http://pastebin.com/jmffjSus For number 1, I'm going with B because it seems more serious than cheerful with the tone.
http://pastebin.com/APTUSfZ5 your answer here doesn't seem to be correct. Before she can be the youngest to reach the South Pole, doesn't she first have to leave to start the expedition? :-)
Well the directions said, "Place the events from the passage in the correct order." I do agree with you though, but I was just going in order by the story. :) Unless, I did mess up on the answer. But I don't see anything before it in the story?
The order they appear in the story is not necessarily the order in which they take place, if the story is told in a non-linear fashion.
I don't think any great skill is required in simply putting them in the order in which they occur in the story, whereas some reading comprehension is required to put them in the chronological order in which they took place, so my natural inclination is that the latter is likely to be what the question is all about.
"order in which they occur in the story" should be read as "order in which they appear in the text"
I agree with you.. I was just going by what events went by in order. But I think you're 100% correct. So should I reorder it then? I'm guessing putting "Ameila became the youngest person to reach the South Pole." Should be at the end then? I just don't want to make the mistake of putting it in order by doing it from the actually story. (Starting off with " Ameila became the youngest person to reach the South Pole.") OR putting it in the actually way the story should go. But, I'm not disagreeing with you though :) @whpalmer4
in my opinion: Amelia leaves UK with her old man to start expedition. (traveling to Chile, and then Union Glacier) Amelia acclimates at Union Glacier. (then flies to Farthest South) Amelia departs Farthest South (heading for South Pole via ski and sledge) Amelia skis 97 miles to the South Pole (finally reaching it after 17 days of travel) Amelia becomes youngest person to reach South Pole
Well, I need some more to answer so I'll leave them here :/ 1: http://pastebin.com/jmffjSus ( I picked B, because it sounds more serious than cheerful ) 2. http://pastebin.com/JCbZKZ8G ( I picked D, because they have to postpone it. So it's delayed? ) 3. http://pastebin.com/h3WraVnM ( I picked C, because the teacher is already typing up another test. The kids have that test that she's remaking. They're thinking about putting it back on her desk. So she'll end up with two. )
Anyways I got 53.8%... Even though I tried to get some help v__v Thanks for the help though!